Michael Holding praised Matthew Wade's crucial innings but says England still had opportunities to win the first ODI.
Michael Holding says bowlers are gaining an unfair advantage when no-balls consistently go uncalled by the umpires.
Steven Finn's hard work has earned him a much-deserved England recall, says Michael Holding, after the seamer's star turn at Edgbaston.
Australia should select Pat Cummins if Mitchell Starc is ruled out of the second Ashes Test at Lord's, says Michael Holding.
Michael Holding says the West Indies Cricket Board may face ‘repercussions’ for ending their tour of India.
India have lost their confidence at the crease, says Michael Holding, after the tourists' Oval collapse.
Dwayne Bravo is respected and the ideal man to lead West Indies in ODIs, says Mikey Holding.
Michael Holding praised Jos Buttler's shot-making skills after he fired England to victory in Cardiff.
The new ball is vital for England and Tim Bresnan, not Jimmy Anderson, should bowl it, says Michael Holding.
Stuart Broad should face ICC action for behaving contrary to the spirit of the game, says Michael Holding.
What bit of drama in the first Ashes Test at Trent Bridge fired up the Sky Sports pundits?
Michael Holding says the pace of Steven Finn should earn him the third seam berth at Trent Bridge.
Michael Holding praised the attitude of James Anderson, who took his 300th Test match wicket on Friday.
James Tredwell and Samit Patel were key to England's ODI triumph at Lord's, says Michael Holding.
Michael Holding hails Eoin Morgan's explosive display in England's victory over South Africa at the Oval.
KP has nothing left to prove in the Test match arena, says Mikey Holding, but he shouldn't quit just yet.
Unimaginative and passive... Michael Holding looks at why England's bowlers toiled at The Oval.
The maturing Kieron Pollard is becoming an important part of West Indies' one-day side, says Michael Holding.
Michael Holding says Sunil Narine's array of spinning deliveries could trouble England at Edgbaston.
Michael Holding fears that West Indies' less experienced players will come unstuck in England.